Wolf Creek Ski Area


Wolf Creek presents an array of options, featuring gently sloping, expansive green runs suitable for beginners, extending to exceptional expert terrain. The ski area's offerings include limitless opportunities for tree skiing, providing advanced skiers and boarders with an extensive selection of chutes, glades, bowls, ridges, and challenging steeps—an in-bounds backcountry experience. For those seeking intermediate groomers, Wolf Creek effortlessly delivers, ensuring a variety of terrains to cruise down. The ski area's well-thought-out lift and trail system, coupled with its family-owned and operated status, sets it apart from other Colorado ski destinations. This unique combination makes Wolf Creek a sought-after destination, appealing to powder hounds, families, and newcomers to the slopes, all seeking a distinctive and enjoyable skiing experience.

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Where is Wolf Creek Ski Area located?

Wolf Creek Ski Area is situated on Wolf Creek Pass, between Pagosa Springs and South Fork in southwest Colorado.

Wolf Creek is accessible by car and is located on Highway 160. The nearest airports include Albuquerque in New Mexico (247 miles away), Colorado Springs (192 miles to South Fork), and Denver International Airport (244 miles to South Fork). Find out more

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